Journalists and Fair Use at AEJMC
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2012 - 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Location: Journalists and Fair Use (Session #280), AEJMC Conference, Chicago C, 5th Floor
American University Prof. Angie Chuang (and a former former staff writer at The Oregonian, The Hartford Courant and the LA Times) discusses the results of a key new study, showing the costs of misinformation and confusion to journalists who don't know their rights.
What do journalists need to know about copyright? Is fair use the journalist's friend or part of the problem in today's business-model crisis? And does copyright apply to Twitter and Pinterest?
When is it fair and legal to use other people's copyrighted work to make your own? What's the line...
CourtTV used a small excerpt of the same footage of Reginald Denny
Los Angeles New Service v. KCAL-TV, 1999 & Los Angeles New Service v. Reuters Television...